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breanna13

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  • Your relationship to the individual who died
    Grandmother
  • Date of Death
    NA
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    Female
  • Location (city, state)
    Hampton

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  1. Thank you so much for these links. Please know that talking with the support group here has helped me a lot personally. Thanks
  2. Thank you. I admire your strength, and I am sorry to hear about the loss of your father. Thank you so much for your advice and kind words. My grandma was a very caring, loving person, so the best I can think of right now is to try to become that myself to share a part of her that I admired. Thank you
  3. Thank you very very much for your response and your helpful article. I really will keep these things in mind next time I have suicidal thoughts. Thank you, and I will try to keep coming here. Thank you
  4. Hi Bing. Thank you for your message and your kindness. I'm sorry to hear about your father, please take all the time you need to process this. It's really hard to lose someone, especially someone so important. I'm glad he got to have positive experiences in his life; when I think about my grandma's life, I'm glad she got to have so many loving experiences with her family before she left. This post really helped me, especially: because I've been struggling with suicidal thoughts for the days since she passed. I'm trying to find some way to keep living on this Earth, but it's hard to even think about her passing and living on Earth when she's not here. Thank you for your comment. Thank you for reaching out and sharing your experiences
  5. I've done the same. My first thought when I saw the thread was "save it", so I put it in Drive, and I also took some screencaps of my favourite things she said and cute pictures she sent me. I can hear how she would respond to certain things too, and lots of things not just a message.
  6. Thank you for this post @kayc. I am very much going through the "suicidal thoughts" portion of this right now, so your input is very helpful to me. Thank you.
  7. Thank you so much for your kind words. This is definitely affecting me deeply. I'm sorry to hear about your husband and dog, losing someone you see and interact with everyday is so hard. I'm trying to deal with this pain, but it's very difficult. Thank you for your response 😢
  8. I did find them very helpful. Especially "Teen Grief: Mourning the Death of a Parent" and "Bereavement: Doing the Work of Grief". I feel like the section "Finally, know that death ends a life, but it does not end a relationship" in the former is especially helpful. Although this is something I struggle with, I really hope I can live this advice in reality. Do you have any advice for this or any personal experience with this? I was talking to a family friend of mine, and she is helping me through this process as well and helping this part of the article become a real part of my life. Thank you.
  9. You're right, I'm young (19) and this is my first significant experience with loss. Thank you for your kind words and the resources. I have been relying a lot on my family for support, but I want advice for times when just feel numb or just can't imagine your life continuing or going on living. I don't know what to do with this feeling and it's making me miserable. Thank you.
  10. Earlier today, my grandma who is my best friend and 2nd parent passed away. Does anyone have advice for when the closest person who you loved the most out of anyone leaves? I don't know if I will ever be that close to anyone else, and the thought of being alone makes me so sad. How do I handle this, because I really don't know how
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